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PBS
Jan 27, 2013 5:00pm PST
? >> i think of rosa jimÉnez, who was a 27-year-old college student. she had a 5-year-old daughter. she was getting a nursing degree. she really wanted to, you know, succeed in this country. and she faced an unintended pregnancy. and because she was low income, because she was a recipient of medicaid, she was denied access to an abortion because of henry hyde. and she sought a back-alley abortion and died as a consequence. so this has real implications. she was the first known victim of the hyde amendment. and i'm sure these stories happen many times over. and women are just disproportionately impacted. particularly, again, those at the margins and who are most vulnerable. >> you remind me of some statistics i saw the other day, from the guttmacher institute. it reports that among poor women, the rate of unintended pregnancy is five times higher than for higher income women. and four in ten women who have abortions are poor. what do you make of that from your own work? >> that, you know, because women don't have access to some of the basic healthcare to prevent pregnancy, so the fa
WHUT
Jan 27, 2013 7:00am EST
against abortion. how do you see this playing out in your work? >> i think of rosa jimÉnez, who was a 27-year-old college student. she had a 5-year-old daughter. she was getting a nursing degree. she really wanted to, you know, succeed in this country. and she faced an unintended pregnancy. and because she was low income, because she was a recipient of medicaid, she was denied access to an abortion because of henry hk9 holocaust, are the women they're entrusting to raise their children, to raise our children, the next generation of taxpayers, and with very little support, with little healthcare, with little economic security. and they're talking about them in a way that ultimately leads down the road to where women are actually being arrested for and miscarriages. where they are actually starting to arrest women who have abortions. and we saw when people were asked to vote on the reality of these laws, when they're exposed through so-called personhood measures, that they were votes on this in colorado and mississippi where they come out and they say, "what we're really trying to do
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